Amy Satterthwaite re-joins Lancashire Thunder

Lancashire Thunder is delighted to announce that New Zealand international Amy Satterthwaite will return to Emirates Old Trafford as an overseas player for a third successive season, ahead of the 2018 Kia Super League (KSL). All-rounder Satterthwaite, who hails from Canterbury, is a right arm off spin bowler who bats left-handed and has 190 international

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Source: Somerset CCC

Women’s Cricket Booming in the South West

Inspired Children, Broken Records and Bumper Crowds: A Memorable Week of International Women’s Cricket at its Spiritual Home. A truly stunning sunset over the Quantock Hills marked the end of what had been a quite remarkable week of cricket at the Cooper Associates County Ground. During that time, over 170 children had trained with and

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Source: Somerset CCC

Freya Davies Returns to Western Storm

Western Storm can today exclusively reveal that Freya Davies will once again be lining up for the reigning Kia Super League Champions in 2018. Freya joins England trio Heather Knight, Anya Shrubsole and Fran Wilson plus Rachel Priest, Stafanie Taylor and Smriti Mandhana in this year’s Western Storm squad. The 22-year-old played an important role

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ECB To Take Part In Pride In London Parade

This weekend ECB will march in the Pride in London Parade, becoming the first sporting national governing body to participate in such a way. Watched by over two million people, Pride in London is the UK’s biggest Pride event, and ECB is keen to demonstrate its continued support for the LGBT community as part of

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Source: ECB

England romp to Tri-Nations win

The Vitality Tri-Nation series was completed with a single T20 match between England and New Zealand at Chelmsford on Sunday 1 July. If the result looked like a foregone conclusion – the home team romping home by 7 wickets to record their 13th win against this opposition – all three nations can draw valuable lessons

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Source: Don Miles for the ECB

So near and yet so far for Kent Women

The Women’s cricket season reached an early climax on July 1 as the last round of the Vitality T20 was played out in broiling heat. Kent needed a whole set of results to go their way to finish top of Division One. It didn’t help their cause that one of their rivals for the big

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